Coalition report states housing out of reach for many

By Matt Roy | Daily Independent

To afford a two-bedroom apartment in Arizona, a full-time worker needs to earn more than $21 an hour — that’s $9 over the state minimum wage and $13.75 above the federal.

This according to a joint report announced Tuesday by the Washington, D.C.-based National Low Income Housing Coalition in partnership with the Arizona Housing Coalition.

In a press release Tuesday, the groups said housing affordability is a real problem both locally and nationally.

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